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Old 21st October 2011, 08:03   #1
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Default Engines : OM616 vs TD2650FTI vs FT2400

I need some details regarding the following engines.

OM616 , i am aware since i am using it.

TD2650 FTI, a bs3 engine now, with a power of 82bhp and 21kgm torque.I have heard the om616 was modded with a new rotary pump,head and some internals . Does it have the same internals as the trax toofan non turbo 2650FT?

What is the weight of this engine, does it have the same om616 mounts?

FT2400, this is a turbo version of the OM616, remember seeing it in a Judo , but didnt bother.

Was the turbo just snapped on the 616 or the internals were beefed up?Does it use an intercooler?

Any experience with these 3 engines and a comparo appreciated.
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Old 21st October 2011, 08:35   #2
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Default Re: om616 vs TD2650FTI VS FT2400

^^^: Frankie:

A turbo usually has to have beefed up internals unless you wanna run a mild boost for Emission and FE.

An intercooler again depends on the Turbo used and the engine's requirements.
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